The biggest news out of this weekend’s “The Show” in Stillwater won’t be which recruits are visiting, but which recruits announced their commitment.
Three-star all-purpose back Myles Price announced his decision to join Oklahoma State’s 2020 class on Twitter on Friday afternoon.
The versatile 5-8, 161-pound back from The Colony, Texas picked Oklahoma State over 20 other schools who offered, including TCU, Arizona State, Texas Tech, Washington State, Utah, Purdue, Kansas State, Colorado, and Houston, among others.
Last season as a junior for The Colony, Price was named the District 5-5A-I Overall MVP after 661 yards and 11 touchdowns on 62 carries and 906 yards and 13 touchdowns on 57 catches. Price is probably going to play slot receiver at Oklahoma State and already has a good reputation with his soon-to-be position coach and lead recruiter, Kasey Dunn.
“[Kasey Dunn] has a great reputation actually, he’s known for putting people in the League,” Price told Robert Allen of GoPokes. “They throw the ball more than anybody, so I know I’ll get the ball here and I know that they’re going to develop me. This is a great place to be, I love it here.”
Don’t be surprised to see Price used all over the field as his route running and “twitch” will make him perfect as a slot receiver but also as a pass-catching back.
Price’s commitment pushes OSU’s class into the top-25 nationally in 247Sports’ rankings, and up to No. 2 in the Big 12. He is the 11th commit for 2020 and the fourth highest graded recruit in the class.